Thursday, December 14, 2017
Gateway to Sikhism

Saka Sirhind
Martyrdom of Young Sahibzades Baba Zorawar Singh & Baba Fateh Singh

One of the court man Diwan Sucha asked them " If we set you free what will you do"?
Sahib Jorawar Singh said "We will go and gather Sikhs & horses. We will train them and will fight against you"
.Diwan told them that your father has been killed in the battle.
Both brothers reacted in a angry tone, " No one can kill our respected father. He will never fall into your hands"



The two sahibzadas shouted back: " We donot need any advice from you. Untill this tyranical goverment is completely wiped out, we shall go on fighting." Seeing the careless attitude of the two toward the life Sucha Nanda advised Nawab of Sirhind to announce a suitable punishment for them as they are revolutionist.

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